Alabama Community Colleges

Alabama's community colleges have been providing quality, affordable education to students for over a century. The first community college in the state was founded in 1934, and today there are 24 public community college campuses across the state. These colleges offer a wide range of academic and technical programs, including Associate Degrees, Certificates, and Workforce Training Programs.

The mission of Alabama's community colleges is to provide quality and affordable educational opportunities to citizens of all ages and backgrounds, and to create an educated and skilled workforce. Community colleges strive to provide access to higher education and to promote economic development. They offer innovative programs and services to meet the educational needs of the state's citizens and to address the changing needs of the workforce.

At Alabama's community colleges, students can earn an Associate Degree, Certificate, or a Workforce Training Program. These programs are designed to prepare students for success in their chosen field. Programs include business and finance, health sciences, information technology, liberal arts, and nursing.

In addition to offering academic and technical programs, Alabama's community colleges also provide a variety of services to help students succeed. These services include career counseling, tutoring, and job placement services. Community colleges also offer a variety of student activities, clubs, and organizations to help students build relationships and get involved in their community.

Alabama's community colleges are committed to providing a quality education to all students, regardless of their background or financial situation. The state's community colleges have an open-door admissions policy, meaning that anyone who meets the minimum requirements can attend. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities are also available to help students cover the cost of tuition and other expenses.

Community colleges in Alabama are an important resource for the state's citizens, providing access to quality education and training and helping to prepare the workforce of tomorrow.

Alabama Community Colleges

School City Enroll In-State Cost Out-State Cost
Bevill State Community College Jasper 3,204 $16,806 $21,062
Bishop State Community College Mobile 2,176 $0 $0
Central Alabama Community College Alexander City 1,546 $0 $0
Chattahoochee Valley Community College Phenix City 1,399 $0 $0
Coastal Alabama Community College Bay Minette 6,653 $16,667 $20,657
Enterprise State Community College Enterprise 1,808 $0 $0
Gadsden State Community College Gadsden 3,993 $13,900 $18,156
George C Wallace Community College-Dothan Dothan 3,681 $0 $0
George C Wallace State Community College-Hanceville Hanceville 4,763 $15,920 $19,910
George C Wallace State Community College-Selma Selma 1,316 $0 $0
H Councill Trenholm State Community College Montgomery 1,526 $0 $0
J F Ingram State Technical College Deatsville 399 $0 $0
J. F. Drake State Community and Technical College Huntsville 825 $0 $0
Jefferson State Community College Birmingham 8,526 $0 $0
John C Calhoun State Community College Tanner 8,278 $0 $0
Lawson State Community College Birmingham 2,823 $14,920 $18,910
Lurleen B Wallace Community College Andalusia 1,666 $15,227 $19,217
Marion Military Institute Marion 401 $18,568 $24,568
Northeast Alabama Community College Rainsville 2,530 $0 $0
Northwest-Shoals Community College Muscle Shoals 3,360 $0 $0
Reid State Technical College Evergreen 279 $0 $0
Shelton State Community College Tuscaloosa 3,743 $0 $0
Snead State Community College Boaz 2,006 $16,693 $20,949
Southern Union State Community College Wadley 3,950 $13,510 $18,370

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